Anyone else get this today? I just received the same email from Royal Carribean today.. I also am a CET customer. The email says something about M sapphire benefits. That is the lowest level for Mlife. Reread your email. The gold must be RC status. I did call VIP services. Lower level players can get comp rooms but may have to pay resort fee.
No sure I want to switch. I you do, let me know how it goes. I will do the same. Cruise boards indicate Diamond gets you Platinum. But folks have called and the did get rates over the phone with the hotel according to discounts for there matching mlife level I have not checked MGM website to see what it states,. I am Royal Carribean member and MLife and have not received any info regarding they are joint.
Mlife needs to get it together. They started a new game MyVEgas and they have screwed up the relations with the game as well in regards to their face book members. This is the first I've heard of this, but I am very interested. I too am curious how they will cross reference the two programs. I am going to be in LV is March, I will ask. This topic has been closed to new posts due to inactivity. We hope you'll join the conversation by posting to an open topic or starting a new one. We remove posts that do not follow our posting guidelines, and we reserve the right to remove any post for any reason.
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Ask a question. Tell me about the Mirage pm Issues logging into Mlife? Worth it? See All Las Vegas Conversations. But because of our two young kiddos, we wanted more space than a single stateroom could provide, so I went back to the Royal Caribbean website to find the price of the same category balcony stateroom with only one adult and one child. Yes, please.
I headed over to Cruise Compete armed with an idea of the basic prices I could expect. Other agents were on hold for extended periods of time trying to figure who goodness-knows-what.
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I ended up going to CruiseDirect. I picked out the exact two connecting cabins I wanted, then called the agency from Cruise Compete that was offering all the extras to feed them the exact cabin numbers to book the cruise.
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I was already over-the-moon about the deal I found, but I wanted to see if I could take it to the next level. First, I made sure the agency I wanted to use would allow a split payment so I could use two different credit cards. I called the Royal Caribbean casino line at and an agent verified my sailing via the Royal Caribbean confirmation number, along with my M life status via my M life number.
She applied the M life benefits, and immediately after I got off the phone, I logged into my Royal Caribbean account to find this pop-up confirming my onboard credit:. I did have concerns as to whether or not the M life benefits would apply to me since some of my cruise agents in previous years have told me I needed to book direct with Royal Caribbean to get the perks. However, I had no issues getting the benefits applied to our sailing on the first try. I found that using an agency and scoring additional benefits through Cruise Compete resulted in the best overall deal.
I also love that we got a second stateroom for our young family for just a little bit more than the cost of a single stateroom. Disclaimer: The responses below are not provided or commissioned by the bank advertiser.
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